Chemistry: An Illustrated Guide to Science (Science Visual Resources) by Derek Mcmonagle.
Each volume offers full-color diagrams, graphs, charts, and maps on every page that illustrate the essential elements of the subject, while parallel text provides key definitions and step-by-step explanations.
Chemistry is one of eight volumes of the Science Visual Resources
set. It contains eight sections, a comprehensive glossary, a Web site
guide, and an index.
Chemistry is a learning tool for students and teachers. Full-color
diagrams, graphs, charts, and maps on every page illustrate the
essential elements of the subject, while parallel text provides key
definitions and step-by-step explanations.
Atomic Structure provides an overview of the very basic structure
of physical matter. It looks at the origins of the elements and
explains the nature of atoms and molecules.
Elements and Compounds examines the characteristics of the
elements and their compounds in detail. Tables give the boiling
points, ionization energies, melting points, atomic volumes, atomic
numbers, and atomic masses key elements. Plates also describe
crystal structures and covalent bonding.
Changes in Matter is an overview of basic chemical processes and
methods. It looks at mixtures and solutions, solubility,
chromatography, and the pH scale.
Patterns—Non-Metals and Patterns—Metals focus on the
properties of these two distinct groups of elements. These sections
also include descriptions of the industrial processes used when
isolating important elements of both types.
Chemical Reactions looks at the essential factors that influence
reactions. It includes information on proton transfer, electrolysis,
redox reactions, catalysts, and the effects of concentration and
Chemistry of Carbon details the chemical reactions involving
carbon that are vital to modern industry—from the distillation of
crude oil to the synthesis of polymers and the manufacture of
soaps and detergents. This section also includes an overview of the
chemistry of life.
Radioactivity is concerned with ionizing radiation, nuclear fusion,
nuclear fission, and radioactive decay, as well as the properties of
radiation. Tables describe all known isotopes, both radioactive and
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